Regardless of your situation, Avenue 360 Health & Wellness has a place for you. We offer both primary and specialty care services.

Permanent Supportive Housing

The Permanent Supportive Housing Program (PSHP) provides permanent housing and supportive services to individuals and families with histories of homelessness to ensure housing stabilization; self-sufficiency and an overall better quality of life.

All individuals and families must register at a Coordinated Access Site such as The Beacon to determine eligibility before being able to access AVENUE 360 PSHP.

Rapid Rehousing

Rapid Re-Housing Program (RHRP) provides financial assistance, counseling, and other services to prevent families and individuals from being evicted, losing their homes, and becoming homeless. Money will also be used to help those who are currently experiencing homelessness find both short term and permanent long term housing or apartments and stay in the new housing units.

Housing-related Case Management

This type of case management focuses on determining the need for specific levels of housing assistance and helping the household identify and obtain affordable housing.


The Housing Opportunities for People With AIDS (HOPWA) program, provides housing assistance and related supportive services for low-income individuals and/or families living with HIV/AIDS.

Street Outreach

AVENUE 360 provides street outreach to recruit and identify individuals and families who are living in the streets and links them to housing-related services.

SOAR Case Management

SSI/SSDI Outreach, Access, and Recovery (SOAR) is a national model for assisting people with initial and reconsideration stages of Social Security disability benefits. In this case management model, AVENUE 360 meets with people regularly to accomplish the following:

  • Request and obtain medical records
  • Complete assessments to provide additional documentation to support application
  • Complete required Social Security paperwork

SOAR is particularly useful for individuals who are experiencing homeless, living with undiagnosed mental health or addictions concerns, or has difficulties with reading or writing.